Friday, April 14 | 6-8 pm | Worship Center
The Last Supper that Jesus celebrated with his disciples was a Passover Seder. Passover shows us a picture of the Lamb of God, Jesus, who would ultimately become the permanent Passover Lamb. What better way to celebrate Good Friday but to understand this beautiful picture of the Lamb of God through a Passover Seder? We have invited Daniel Nessim, a Messianic Jewish leader, to come and lead our Seder. To learn more about Daniel, please see the flyer below.
Childcare is available for infants through Kindergarten. We will provide dinner for all children in childcare. If you are bringing your 1st grade or older child to the Seder, please include them in the RSVP total no later than April 12.
Everyone will be asked to contribute to the Passover Meal that we will enjoy together. We also need volunteers to make this event happen. Please let us know what area you would like to serve, and RSVP by April 12. (Online RSVP has been removed as our seating has reached near capacity. Please send an email to Sharon Noble and she will let you know if there are spaces available and what you could bring.)
We are going to be “Kosher style” which means we will focus primarily on making foods without yeast since the leaven in the Bible represents sin and Jesus is our sinless Passover Lamb. We will provide lots of Matza!